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Author: Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864
Title: Cobb's juvenile reader no. 3: containing interesting, historical, moral, and instructive reading lessons, composed of words of a greater number of syllables than the lessons in Nos. I and II, and a greater variety of composition, both in prose and poetry, selected from the writings of the best American and English authors : to which are prefixed observations on the principles of good reading : designed for the use of larger children in families and schools
Print source: Cobb's juvenile reader no. 3 containing interesting, historical, moral, and instructive reading lessons, composed of words of a greater number of syllables than the lessons in Nos. I and II, and a greater variety of composition, both in prose and poetry, selected from the writings of the best American and English authors : to which are prefixed observations on the principles of good reading : designed for the use of larger children in families and schools
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864

Pittsburgh: Luke Loomis, 1831
Publication Info: Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Digital Research Library
2002
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Subject terms:
Readers (Elementary)--1800-1870.
URL: http://digital.library.pitt.edu/cgi-bin/t/text/text-idx?idno=03ach2155m;view=toc;c=nietz

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Cobb's juvenile reader no. 3: containing interesting, historical, moral, and instructive reading lessons, composed of words of a greater number of syllables than the lessons in Nos. I and II, and a greater variety of composition, both in prose and poetry, selected from the writings of the best American and English authors : to which are prefixed observations on the principles of good reading : designed for the use of larger children in families and schools